Wonders of the South

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Wonders of the South

8 days - From 677€ (taxes incl.)/person

Day 1 : Arrive in Dublin.
Take time to visit one of Europe's most popular cities with, among other attractions, the Dublin Zoo the "St James' Gate" brewery and Temple Bar, known for its unique nightlife.
Dinner is at your own leisure and night at the hotel in Dublin.

Day 2 : Dublin – Galway. (209 km)
Breakfast at the hotel.
Take a morning stroll in the Irish capital on O'Connell Street, which is one of the main avenues of Dublin in the city centre. You will then leave Dublin and head towards Galway.
Visit this beautiful city which has been strongly influenced by the Spaniards as evidenced by the famous Spanish Arch.
Dinner is at your own leisure with 2 nights in Galway.

Day 3 : Connemara.
Breakfast at the hotel.
Leave early in the morning to enjoy the beauty of Connemara National Park, and then discover typical landscapes between moorland, vast bogs and small fishing villages.
Dinner is at your own leisure and overnight in Galway.

Day 4 : Galway – Killarney. (211 km)
Breakfast at the hotel.
Depart for the spectacular Cliffs of Moher; Ireland's must-see tourist destination, it is the most visited natural site in the country. Then, head to Killarney.
Dinner is at your own leisure with 2 nights in Killarney.

Day 5 : The Ring of Kerry. (46 km)
Breakfast at the hotel.
Spend the full day in the Ring of Kerry. The road to Moll's Gap is simply fabulous including the Ladies View – its name given by Queen Victoria in 1861 - a panoramic view of the Lakes of Killarney.
Dinner is at your own leisure and overnight in Killarney.

Day 6 : Killarney – Cork. (99 km)
Breakfast at the hotel.
Depart for Cork. Once there, take a break at the covered market: the English Market, where you will find lots of local produce. About 15 km southeast of Cork, visit the town of Cobh, the last port where the famous Titanic dropped anchor before its tragic sinking.
Dinner is at your own leisure and overnight in Cork.

Day 7 : Cork – Dublin. (254 km)
Breakfast at the hotel.
On your way back to Dublin, there are several stops to choose from, depending on whether you like Gothic cathedrals, medieval villages or Ireland's oldest beer, located on the site of an abbey.
Dinner is at your own leisure and overnight in Dublin.

Day 8 : Dublin.
Breakfast at the hotel.
If you have the time, take a little tour of the city and take the opportunity to do a bit of souvenir shopping before you depart.

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